When will we be able to dress up and play lady? I love the casual/feminine feel of this skirt and blouse combination. Looks soft and comfortable.
This is a darling little bag to wear on your wrist. I still have not had a chance to wear the wardrobe I bought for April in Florida. When on lock down I at least put earrings and a watch on. This stay at home memorandum is hard on your style!
I like these layers in this bed room. Looks very comfortable. Cotton rag rug, windowpane checked bed skirt, East Indian coverlet, woven wood shades, and the open print pillows on the bed make this a very peaceful room to sleep in.
What caught my eye, in this powder room, is the "Raccoon Fur" paint on the mirror and counter edged in gold leaf. I painted a few small pieces in this paint color a couple of years ago, for the store, and am still having customers call and ask, "what was that grey paint color you used?"
Freesia, Tulips and Hydrangeas arranged, in this canning jar, is a sweet simplicity.
I want to start painting lamp shades! Where is Liz Saile when you need her? She could paint this in a heart beat, it is so her style.
So we have been talking "stock tub pool". Can I paint it white with this quirky design? I would like just a little lap pool in my garden that I can float in on a summers day.
Not much to blog about when isolated in the Holler for seventy three days in a row. I could put my two cents in about racial inequality. I am not sure I care for the term "privileged white" as an excuse for having better treatment because we are not of color. I have felt the slight from folks that felt they were better than me all my life. I relate to black feelings because of that slight. To be not respected because of your ethnicity, to be categorized as a distinct social being of race, color and minority is a heavy load to carry. If we could see that we are the same, biologically, then could we relate a little bit nicer?
There, I said it, what I really feel about the meanness of "slight". It is rude and impolite. Please consider each human on the planet as a gift from God, and treat them as you would your children. With love and not blatant disregard for the persons feelings.